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Creature Feature: Makayah keeps a very clean cage (adopted)

SooToday, in partnership with the Sault Ste. Marie Humane Society and The Animal Assistance Group, brings you a regular feature highlighting a special pet that is in need of adoption.
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CreatureFeature2017-01-19Makayah

SooToday, in partnership with the Sault Ste. Marie Humane Society and The Animal Assistance Group, brings you a regular feature highlighting a special pet that is in need of adoption.

Makayah

(TAAG)

Makayah is a neutered male who has been waiting at the shelter for a very long time, since last spring. Makayah is very affectionate and loves to play.

Volunteers keep him amused with the catnip toys and wands, and he loves to dive right into the cat tents or sneak pounce on them from the cat trees.

Makayah is okay with kids but doesn’t really like being picked up, so children would need to be aware of this.

Favourite spots to lounge are on the cat trees and by the heater in the kitchen. The volunteers say he has the most tidy cage at the shelter and never makes a mess.

Makayah has a lot of love to give and can’t wait for a family of his own.

Cats and kittens released for adoption have had a Wellness checkup at the vet’s, FELV testing, shots, dewormer, and flea medication if needed. 

If you would like to meet or adopt any of the kittens, or any of the available cats, please contact us.

Visit us at The Animal Assistance Group (TAAG) Website, where you will find information on shelter location, hours of operation, ways to help, and adoption information.

The Animal Assistance Group (TAAG) is a non-profit registered charity located at 189 Elgin Street, Sault Ste Marie, Ontario, offering rescue foster and ultimately permanent adoption of homeless, unwanted, or neglected pets.

While these animals are in our care, medical attention, spay/neuter services and lots of love are provided until homes are found. Homeless cats stay with TAAG until adopted.

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To see past featured creatures who may still need adopting click here.